Urbana 2015 Scholarship
Mission Studies Trips
Every other summer (summers of odd years) the PSCS Department of Christian Missions conducts a mission study tour to some part of the world. Students attend preparation sessions the semester before departure and receive six hours of course credit in Christian Missions. If you are an OBU student and would like to participate, check out the latest information below.
Mission Study Trip 2015
The 2015 MST is how history. What a great trip! Click here to see the show→. Mission Study Trip 2015
Our next mission study trip will be in the Summer of 2017. Specifics will be determined by the summer of 2016.
Q: HOW DO I SIGN UP?
A: An initial deposit of $100 (non-refundable) will reserve your place on this trip. Due dates and payment schedules will be posted later.
Q: Are scholarships available for this trip?
A: Limited scholarship money is available. To request an application contact Dr. Franklin. Applications are due by October 24th, 2015
Q: Can I use my frequent flyer miles to purchase tickets?
A: Sorry, but no. Tickets for this trip will be purchased at a discount rate available only if all our tickets are purchased through the same travel agency. No frequent flyer miles allowed.
Q: Will I need money in addition to the cost of the trip?
A: Some–it depends on you. The money you pay to OBU for this trip will cover air fare and all necessary expenses in country. This includes travel, lodging, and three meals a day. Items not covered include passport fees, snacks, souvenirs, and perhaps a meal or two en-route through airports.
Q: Will the credit hours for this trip show up on my spring schedule?
A: Although we will be meeting once a week during the spring 2013 semester, no hours will appear in your spring schedule. You will be registered for six hours during May Term.
Q: How should I pack for this trip?
A: During our weekly training sessions we will provide detailed information on how to pack.
Q: Do I need any vaccinations for this trip?
A: No special vaccinations are required for travel in Japan. However, it is recommended you are up to date on all your routine vaccinations. See http://wwwnc.cdc.gov/travel/page/vaccinations.htm for more information.